Author. Consultant. Speaker / Expert on Conversational Capacity & Adaptive Learning. Craig is the author of the groundbreaking book, Conversational Capacity: The Key To Building Successful Teams That Perform When The Pressure Is On.
Craig Weber is the author of the groundbreaking book, Conversational Capacity: The Key To Building Successful Teams That Perform When The Pressure Is On (McGraw-Hill, 2013), and the founder of The Weber Consulting Group – an alliance of experts committed to helping people build more resilient, healthy, and agile organizations. Craig helps an eclectic range of clients improve their performance by treating dialogue as a discipline.
His unique work is the result of his formal education – in Organizational Development at Brigham Young University in Hawaii and Organizational Psychology at Columbia University – combined with nearly two decades of in-depth consulting experience with a wide range of teams and organizations.
Famous for his sharp, inspiring, and engaging style, Craig is a sought after consultant and presenter. In 2012 he was awarded the prestigious Vistage International Speaker Of The Year award, and in 2015 he was named the TEC-Canada Speaker Of The Year.
For over fourteen years Craig has conducted workshops for Vistage International, an organization with over 17,000 CEO and key executive members worldwide that focuses on helping executives increase their leadership effectiveness. He was recently awarded the coveted Vistage International Speaker of The Year Award.
Craig has worked with executives, managers, and teams from such diverse organizations as Boeing, Pfizer, The Royal Bank of Canada, NASA, Novo Nordisk, Vistage, TEC Canada, SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation), Suncorp Insurance & Finance (Australia), Clif Bar, The CDC (The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention), The Georgia Health Policy Center at Georgia State University, The Colorado Health Institute, The South Carolina Institute of Medicine and Public Health, and Los Alamos National Laboratories.